airxliban
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BA 744 In LA

Mon Dec 01, 2003 10:50 am

Hello,

it seems like BA operates a G-CIV* on the earlier 283 service to LAX, and a G-BNL* or BYG* on the later 269.

I know this isn't really a big deal, but I was just wondering if anyone else has noticed this and if so, why is this the case?

Do the CIV series just rotate in and out of LHR earlier?

Any thoughts?
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BN747
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RE: Is Midwest Airlines A Good One To Fly With?

Mon Dec 01, 2003 1:28 pm

Not sure AirxLiban, But what are they gonna do when it's 3 flts a day on Mon/Thu and Sat next year...there's gonna be 2 of either CIVs or 2 BNLs.  Big thumbs up

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airxliban
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RE: BA 744 In LA

Mon Dec 01, 2003 3:56 pm

haha, oh no!

maybe it'll be a CIV and a BNL and a BYG even!  Smile
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planesarecool
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RE: BA 744 In LA

Tue Dec 02, 2003 4:13 am

1st November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLR
BA283: G-BNLF

2nd November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLD
BA283: G-CIVK

3rd November 2003:

BA269: G-BYGF
BA283: G-CIVC

4th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLM
BA283: G-BNLE

5th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLI
BA283: G-CIVY

6th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVT
BA283: G-BNLD

7th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVV
BA283: G-CIVP

8th November 2003:

BA269: G-BYGC
BA283: G-BNLO

9th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLM
BA283: G-CIVA

10th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLB
BA283: G-CIVT

11th November 2003:

BA269: Dunno
BA283: Dunno

12th November 2003:

BA269: G-BYGF
BA283: G-CIVA

13th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVH
BA283: G-CIVN

14th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLC
BA283: G-BYGC

15th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVJ
BA283: G-CIVD

16th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVA
BA283: G-CIVV

17th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVS
BA283: G-CIVT

18th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLC
BA283: G-CIVN

19th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVD
BA283: G-BNLR

20th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLL
BA283: G-CIVX

21st November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLR
BA283: G-BNLI

22nd November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLH
BA283: G-CIVD

23rd November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLI
BA283: G-CIVL

24th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVT
BA283: G-BNLB

25th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVE
BA283: G-CIVN

26th November 2003:

BA269: G-BNLJ
BA283: G-BNLH

27th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVJ
BA283: G-CIVT

28th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVV
BA283: G-CIVL

29th November 2003:

BA269: G-CIVL
BA283: G-BNLK

30th currently unavailable

So in those 28 days (dunno 11th) of November we have:

BA269: 13x G-BNL*, 3x G-BYG* and 12x G-CIV*
BA283: 9x G-BNL*, 18x G-CIV* and 1x G-BYG*

I'd hardly call that a significant difference!

-Stephen

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